Teva’s Slide Slippers Will Change Your Fall Footwear Outlook

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If you’re like me and still work from home a few days a week, chances are you choose comfortable work clothes. When I grabbed my matching sweatsuit and carnival socks, there was one homecoming uniform I couldn’t live without — slippers. The heater in my apartment came on this week, so it’s officially too cold to walk barefoot on hardwood floors. I like my flip-flops to be comfortable, warm, and functional — basically, I want a shoe that can go around the living room, to the coffee shop, and off my front door. After trying the most popular and basic options (I’m talking about your platform Uggs) on the market, I’ve finally landed on my dream shoe: Teva’s skates, the ReEmber Terrain. I usually like cool things in the house, but these shoes might have changed my mind.

Now I know what you’re thinking. Teva? The brand that makes those hiking sandals? Yep, that’s one of those! Teva specializes in function and comfort (my top two criteria for sandals) so when the brand released a new slipper model, I knew I had to give it a try. Let me break down every reason why I love this shoe.

First and foremost, the ReEmber Terrain slide is built for indoor and outdoor activities. Shoes with thick and durable soles make it easy to climb over rocks outside or piles of clothes in your bedroom. The uppers of the shoes look like a jacket (cute!) and they’re water resistant. You can wear them on rainy days or slip them on downhill skiing without worrying about your shoes breaking or getting wet. I confidently wore my briefcase in the rain on a nature walk in Upstate New York and can attest that this slide can weather a storm!

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With permission from Olivia Marcus.

Skiing is one of my favorite winter activities, and while downhill is the main event, there’s no better feeling than taking off your ski boots and putting on a comfortable pair of shoes — this season, I’m definitely going to go skiing the ReEmber Terrain — and I won’t be the only one. My whole family loves to ski, which means I was predestined that they would receive these Teva boots as a holiday gift. This is an easy choice as the shoes are universal and come in at least six sizes depending on the style. Plus, they’re under $100, which fits the ideal price range for a gift.

There are several different iterations of the ReEmber silhouette available — keep reading for details on each.

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ReEmber Terrain Quilted Mule

I have a pair of these orange Teva skates and love styling them with leggings, tights, and a quilted jacket. They are available in unisex sizes and in a variety of colors including glossy white or soft pink shades.

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ReEmber Luxury Convertible Camping Shoe

For an even more luxurious alternative, I highly recommend the luxury ReEmber camping boots. The heel of the shoe can be pushed in so you can wear them as a slip or with extra support. They come in three different neutral tones.

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Courtesy of Teva.

ReEmber convertible skate sneakers

This slip-on sneaker is a sleeker alternative to the quilted mule and offers room for more mobility thanks to a retractable heel. They have the same convenience and comfort of sliding and are available in 8 colors.

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